I am a Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Auburn University. My primary interests are numerical and computational mathematics: Numerical P.D.E., Numerical Analysis, and Computational Science.
I hold a B.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University. I am currently involved in several research projects (some are interdisciplinary) and serve on five editorial boards; see my Curriculum Vitae
(and the other tabs) for additional information and details.
Those interested in mathematics genealogy can explore my mathematical lineage (at the Mathematics Genealogy Project).
These pages are still under construction, eventually they will all be populated and the material from my old web page migrated here.
This semester (Spring 2013) I will be teaching one class:
- MATH – 2650 — Linear Differential Equations
Office Hours Spring 2013
- Monday 10:30–12:00
- Wednesday 10:30–12:00
- Friday 10:30–12:00
- And by appointment
The views, opinions, and comments on these pages are those of A. J. Meir.
These do not necessarily reflect the position of Auburn University, or the Auburn University Department of Mathematics and Statistics.